Written responses due by Aug. 20 for CMC Trustee District 7, Eagle County School District RE-50J

Capital spending includes Spring Valley construction, Breckenridge housing, Aspen campus design work

At Colorado Mountain College’s March 21 meeting at Morgridge Commons in Glenwood Springs, trustees approved a consent agenda, set meetings for the 2018-19 year, and approved modifications to a memorandum of understanding with a nonprofit organization in Leadville and a contract with an architect. In work sessions on...

Balanced with major savings from new textbook program, net impact of increase in associate-level tuition minimal or positive  The Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees took an unheard-of step at their board meeting at the college’s Vail Valley campus in Edwards Wednesday by voting to decrease in-district...

Board unanimously supports 'legal status and citizenship opportunities for our Dreamer children'

At its Dec. 13, 2017, meeting in Glenwood Springs, the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees swore in two new members – Peg Portscheller from West Garfield County and Doris Dewton from Eagle County – plus the reelected Pitkin County trustee, Charles Cunniffe. Following the installment of these trustees, the...

GLENWOOD SPRINGS – On the Nov. 7 election ballot, voters will see three seats up for election, one contested, for the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees. The following candidates submitted verified petitions by the deadline and reside within specified boundaries in one of three trustee districts: Trustee...

At its August 30 meeting in Steamboat Springs, the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees unanimously approved a resolution to put a ballot issue before the voters of the district in November 2017. If passed, this ballot issue will authorize the trustees to maintain college services in the future by adjusting the...

Completed petitions due Sept. 1

At their June 23 meeting in Glenwood Springs, the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees voted to approve a 2017-18 general operating fund budget of $65.5 million. This balanced budget reflects an increase over 2016-17 of 1.2 percent, which is well below inflation. Projected revenues reflect a $79,000 decline in...